Currently using Intuit Online Payroll for a client. Taking on second client. How do I manage 2 clients payroll in Intuit Online Payroll?

If I need to set up another Intuit Online Payroll account for the second client, how do I do that since I have only one email address?


Thank you for reaching out to us here in the Community, GoldFinch.

I’ll first congratulate you on having your second client. I’m here to make sure you’ll get the right support with managing your two clients in Intuit Online Payroll for Accountants (IOP4A) account.

You can set up a new client on your IOP4A account. However, to link an existing IOP client to your IOP4A account, we’ll need a written request from both the client and you.

Since Intuit Community is a public forum and we value data security, I’d suggest contacting our IOP4A Support Team. They have the necessary tools to securely access your account.

Here’s how to reach out to them:

  1. Log in to your IOP4A account.
  2. Select the Help tab.
  3. Click Contact Us on the menu.
  4. Click Email Us. Include a short description of the request, the client's business name, and your business name.

As soon as they’ll receive a similar email request from your new client, they’ll will link their existing account to yours.

Please add a comment below how it goes, GoldFinch. If you need further assistance, stay in touch with me. I’ll be here to help. Cheers!

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